The clip Axel meets Barb from Barb Wire (1996)
You all right?.
I guess I deserved that.
I need your help.
Rot in hell.
I will. I remember when you believed in something.
I remember how it felt. Like I was kicked in the stomach.
I"m looking for a man named Krebs. I"ve got 24 hours.
I don"t even know how I feel. I don"t feel much anymore.
Just trust me, please.
Trust you. Like I did in Seattle?.
It was not what you think. I never wanted to hurt you.
Now"s not the time to explain.
You"re three years late, Axel.
Get out and don"t come back.
Your check, sir.
Such blatant disregard for money.
Thank you for you hospitality. I do hope you"ll think about our offer.
I"m thinking about it.
The clip barb accepts dance in hammerhead from Barb Wire (1996)
Everything go OK?.
Candy from a baby.
Pay the help, for God"s sakes.
Excuse me, Miss Wire. Hi, hi.
Uh... I"m going back to the front lines tomorrow
and I was wondering... You look beautiful.
Would... would you dance with me?.
Come on, Barb. Give him a thrill.
OK. Come on.
The clip Barb blows wall from Barb Wire (1996)
What the hell?.
The clip Barb dances with soldier from Barb Wire (1996)
I can"t believe I"m actually dancing with the Barb Wire.
Where are you from, soldier?.
Uh... Steamboat Springs, Colorado, or what"s left of it.
Did you hear the Congressionals just took over Denver?.
No, I didn"t. Do you have a girl back home?.
Do you miss her?.
Yes, ma"am, every day.
Tell you what, close your eyes,
and let"s pretend she"s right here in your arms.
The clip returning Krebs from Barb Wire (1996)
Ah, Mr Krebs, it"s a pleasure to see you.
You know, we were getting very concerned.
And, Barb, it"s a pleasure to see you too.
You"re looking rather buoyant this evening.
Shut up. My fee.
No. The price went up for this one.
We had an agreement.
You told me Krebs was alone and unarmed. He wasn"t.
How could I know that?.
Bounty hunting is an ugly, unpredictable business.
Barb, you of all people should know that. How much?.
Oh, Miss Wire.
I do believe that I"m being extorted here.
And as a duly authorised officer of the court, I must protest.
Look at it this way, Schmitz.
Alive, Krebs represents your investment in his bail bond...
...dead, he"s toxic waste.
20,000 Canadian, now.
It"s a pleasure doing business with you.
If it was a pleasure, I"d charge more.
The clip gun shootout from Barb Wire (1996)
No! I wouldn"t do that if I were you, Krebs.
Come on, move your ass.
Go ahead, go.
You"re not going soft on me?.
OK. You can have him.
You"re my last bail jumper, Krebs. Wake up, sunshine.
The clip gun shootout Part 2 from Barb Wire (1996)
Please don"t kill me.
That was nice kicking.
You really know your stuff, babe.
What did you call me?.
Don"t call me babe.
The clip Police raid from Barb Wire (1996)
Everyone stay where you are. This is the police.
Willis, Steel Harbor's chief of police.
He was a drunk with sticky fingers, but at least he was honest.
He admitted he was a liar and a thief.
Check his ID.
Retinal scan verified. Lawrence Crabtree. 57239.
Ben Jones, eh?.
Hey, come on!
Good luck, soldier.
Retinal scan verified.
What the hell"s going on here?.
How lovely to see you.
It"s a messy business tonight.
Most unpleasant. A rather spectacular double homicide in the old harbor.
So we"re checking a few IDs.
We believe this might have been resistance-related.
And as your bar is non-discriminating to this town"s more nefarious side...
How long is this gonna take?.
The clip Barb and Lewis chat from Barb Wire (1996)
You really upgraded this place from what it was. I like the new sound system.
I"ve been saving my lunch money.
I didn"t know you were open for lunch. A little gun running, some bail jumping.
The occasional midnight detonation.
Those are the kind of jobs that pay for new toys.
I don"t moonlight.
It"s very profitable.
So what"s with the bullshit arrests this time?.
You sold half those fake IDs yourself.
Moi?. Bullshit arrests?. Two of my men are dead.
Granted, they were homicidal thugs, but nevertheless, they were my men.
What makes you think the resistance was involved?.
Why?. Do you have any other information I should know about?.
Of course not.
Mmm. Of course not.
Oh, that"s sexual harassment, Chief.
Listen, Barbara Kopetski, we could play cat and mouse all night long,
but I have more important things on my mind.
Now, where the hell is William Krebs?.
Never heard of him.
Why are your men watching him?.
That"s classified police business.
I can tell you he was resistance
and there"s a million-dollar bounty on his head.
So if someone knew where Krebs was, I could make it worth their while.
By the way, Barb, we"re expecting some distinguished visitors tomorrow.
A Congressional delegation out of Washington,
including First Directorate Colonel Victor Pryzer.
I might bring "em by the Hammerhead.
Their money"s welcome.
You don"t know Victor Pryzer.
Speaking of money,
The clip Barb and Lewis chat Part 2 from Barb Wire (1996) with Xander Berkeley, Pamela Anderson
I don"t have to make any more arrests tonight for, say, the usual 3,000.
I better go down and start checking some more IDs.
Thirty bucks for the cognac.
Add it to my tab, Miss Kopetski. Boom, boom, boom.
Miss Kopetski died in the war.
I"m Barb Wire.
The clip barb meets Pryzer from Barb Wire (1996)
So sit back and enjoy someone or something illicit if you can get it,
and listen to the music.
Gentlemen, the steaks are excellent tonight.
Ah, Colonel Pryzer,
allow me to introduce our hostess, the inimitable...
Even in Washington, we"ve heard of Barb Wire.
I hope you"ll join us.
You attract a very eclectic crowd.
It looks that way.
Rumour is you used to fight with the resistance.
You shouldn"t believe everything you hear. I"m neutral.
I"m a businesswoman, Colonel.
Perhaps we can do business.
I can assure you, Barb has a very keen sense of commerce.
Then I"ll get to the point. There"s a fugitive, a traitor in Steel Harbor.
She intends to cross into Canada,
with the help of some of the more disenchanted citizenry.
Do I look disenchanted?.
I"m sure your business brings you into contact with all levels of society.
I thought you were getting to the point.
Her name is Dr Corrina Devonshire, but you may have heard of her as Cora D.
One of those overly romanticised resistance names.
Keeps her legend alive.
What does she look like?.
We"re not sure.
She had her appearance surgically altered.
These are photos of her before.
It"s hard to find somebody unless you know what she looks like.
Her appearance is of no consequence.
Identification can always be made by retinal scanning.
The clip barb meets Pryzer Part 2 from Barb Wire (1996)
So... the Congressionals can count on your assistance?.
Excuse me, boss. Trouble in the kitchen.
I need you.
Excuse me, gentlemen.
I have a bar to run.
Very interesting woman.
With most impressive assets.
Gentlemen. Here you are, sir.
The clip congressional men arrive from Barb Wire (1996)
Joe, see if you can get some food down Charlie"s neck.
Willis, what"s with the monkey suit?.
You know how uniforms impress the Congressionals.
The Delegation arrived this morning. They could be here any minute.
Excuse me, Barb.
Best in the house, as requested.
Just keep them away from the weapons check.
We don"t want any customers from the United Front trying to get even.
You"ll find our guests from Washington command more respect than that.
You"re confusing respect with fear.
Speak of the devil.
They are punctual, I"ll give "em that.
You"ll join us for a drink later?. On my tab, of course.
Colonel Pryzer, Alexander Willis, Director of Police Operations.
Welcome to Steel Harbor.
Wipe that smile off your face.
This burnt-out hell-hole is the last place on earth I want to be.
If it wasn"t for your almost complete incompetence,
I wouldn"t be here in the first place, would I?.
Yes, well, needless to say,
we had intended to have both Krebs and Cora D sent to Washington by now.
The clip congressional men arrive Part 2 from Barb Wire (1996) with Steve Railsback, Xander Berkeley
Due to circumstances outside our control...
If Cora D escapes...
...I will personally rip your heart out of your ass
and stuff it back down your throat.
That"s not very sanitary.
You say it"s late, and I"m here to tell you, it only feels that way.
The clip Camille in action from Barb Wire (1996)
Cigarettes and a drink and I"ll be fine.
Give me a goddamn drink. You, you or you, just give me my drink.
Sir, we"re not open yet.
I think you"ve had enough already.
Ah, blow me.
Camille, package check.
Get her off! Get her off of me!
That"s Camille. She works here.
You want to see her roll over?.
No, no, no.
Good. Camille, outside.
Have a nice day.
The clip Axel and Cora D enter club from Barb Wire (1996)
Act natural?. That"s easier said than done.
Two beers, buddy. I was looking for Barb or Charlie Kopetski.
Charlie"s down there.
They have my photographs.
Let"s hope resistance are here.
They"ll be looking everywhere for you.
Well, who are we meeting?.
Someone I used to know.